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  1. rkpeterson

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    Sweet so far :D

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  2. farrellm

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    On the rom from the 13th, I couldn't take a panoramic photo because it would crash while stitching (out of memory, I assume?), but after flashing the kernel from the 14th it works perfectly.

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    I'm still on the 4-13 build. I will try the new one now. Wish these slow i/o speeds could be improved. I've been running this fstrim script to try to help but not sure if its actually helping or could cause any issues. There is a part that changes mount options and a couple things I added myself for flashing with new ROMs.

    Buck, if you wouldn't mind taking a look whenever you can and give any thoughts on it would be very helpful. In particular, the 98discard script.

    https://www.box.com/s/z6xuky0f9muq1hfwcgqc

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  4. buckmarble

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    4-16 build takes care of the out of memory stuff.

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    New build running nice and smooth as usual. Seems more responsive but its hard to say since I've just flashed and I usually don't see any major slowdowns until I run at least a couple days without a reboot. One issue I'm facing is related to the lockscreen now being themeable. I have a custom lockring I was able to apply to the previous build but now the theme takes over and it automatically reverts. Any way I could make it stick?

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  6. buckmarble

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    Not really sure. Try applying the theme first then the lock ring

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  7. JPBeard21

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    Yeah, I've tried applying it before and after without any luck. It must be how the theme engine directs requests to the themes .pngs bypassing the image I'm trying to use.

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  8. JPBeard21

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    Are there any files I could maybe pull from the previous build to revert the themeable lockscreen? This build still seems to run smoother and would like to stay on it, just wish I could keep my theme and be able to change the lockring lol.

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  9. buckmarble

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    You can try pulling the android.policy.jar from system/framework in the build before the 4-16 build but no promises it will work. You'll have to make a flashable zip of it. Make sure you do a backup first.

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  10. JPBeard21

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    Thanks Buck, I'll give it a go.

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  11. 7ontheline

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    First installed the 4/16 build from an earlier build with a dirty flash. All seemed well until I tried to make a call and did not have any audio unless I used speakerphone. Did a full wipe and re-installed 4/16 and still no audio during calls unless I use speakerphone. Any ideas what may be causing this? Anyone else having this issue? Appreciate any input you may have. Have been loving all builds of this ROM so far...awesome work here!
     
  12. JPBeard21

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    I think the only call I made so far I was using wired headphones. It might be worthwhile to check your jack for any dirt/debris. Have seen the same thing before and cleaning headphone jack solved it.

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